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Preposition BINGO is perfect for young learners! There are four depictions to a board which makes it easier for young learners to focus on the details being presented and not becoming visually overstimulated. The first person to fill their game
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Dot 'em All is a fun way for learners to practice differentiating between capital and lowercase letters. Each page tells them which color to dot the capital and which color to dot the lowercase. When they are done they count how many there are of
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This book tells the story of Jesus' birth in a simple, yet profound way. It follows the format of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? The story includes, Mary, Joseph, the Shephards, the Star, the Wisemen, King Herod, the Manger and Jesus as
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Students can practice letter recognition AND improve their fine motor strength all at the same time with these Letter Hole Punch Cards! Students punch out the letters corresponding to the one shown.
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Zonk is a FUN review game that can be used for all grades and all subjects! One of the best things about ZONK is that it is a game based not only knowledge, but luck as well! This keeps the students interested and those who may not know the
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The Seasonal Activity Sort is designed to target expressive language, early pronouns, and verbs. There is a mat for each season. Each mat depicts a "window scene" appropriate to the season. Students must select the cards that show activities
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Now even the youngest learners can engage in research! Rookie Research Reports were created to be highly visual, multiple choice, cut and paste reports that engage pre-readers and non-readers. Ideal for Pre-K, Kindergarten, ESL and special needs
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This is a great way to review the stages in the life cycle for NINE popular classroom life cycles! You will get a puzzle and a life cycle poster (all in color) for the following: Ant Apple Butterfly Chicken Frog Ladybug Mealworm Plant Pumpkin
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This activity is ideal for 1:1 work with students. There are 9 place mats: Bakery, Shoe Store, Book Store, Flower Shop, Farm, Zoo, Pet Store, Ice Cream Truck, Theme Park. There are three objects for each place. Students must determine where an
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Those gnomes are sneaky! Students will roam and write the room searching for those tricky words with silent letters. There are 28 words
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This product is great to accompany your fairy tale unit! There are a few different ways to play: Play like a traditional BINGO game and have students listen to you describe the character on the "HELLO, my name is..." card. If they get it correct,
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Document your students' growth with a monthly self-portrait and written documentation of their name! Parents will LOVE to see this at Parent-Teacher conferences and receive as a gift at the end of the year! Every month of the year is included:)
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This is a HUGE resource for your fairy tale unit! Children will love reenacting their favorite fairy tales while wearing their character headband. Please note that the characters are as close to the original as possible, but may not be identical
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Your students will love scooping these syllables into the correct cone! There are nine scoops for each cone: Nine 1 syllable words, nine two syllable words, and nine three syllable words. There is also a recording sheet. This would make a perfect
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These BookBands headbands are to accompany the book The Pout Pout Fish by Deborah Diesen. Children can reenact the parts of the story by pretending to be the fish they are assigned! Interactive and engaging ~ these are sure to be a hit! Laminate for
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Your students will have a blast hole punching initial sounds with these interactive hole punch cards! Students will increase their initial sound knowledge while simultaneously strengthening their fine motor hand strength! Includes all letters A-Z
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Target fine motor, hand strength, and eye-hand coordination (visual-motor integration) with this FUN hole punch race track! Students can play alone and compete with themselves or race against each other! Includes four tracks: Caucasian female,
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These cards were created to supplement the books Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? There are ten action cards for each story: one for each animal in the books. Fun way to incorporate movement
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Whose Feet? is a FUN BINGO game designed to target inference skills as well as receptive and expressive language. Included in this product are six BINGO boards, animal feet cards, "Hello, My Name is..." descriptive cards for each animal, and an
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Your students will love making numbers 1-10 with their favorite groovy kitty! Each mat has a ten-frame depicting the numeral with the corresponding number of buttons. May be used as a reference poster in your classroom too!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for twelve years. I am a special education teacher with experience in co-teaching/inclusion/resource center settings. WARREN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS WARREN,NJ 9/2004 to 6/2012 Special Education Teacher Instruct Language Arts replacement class and provide in-class support. Develop and implement lesson plans according to students diverse needs. Incorporate unique teaching strategies, formal and informal assessment methods, and facilitate all different learning styles. Collaborate with general and special education staff to create a positive and nurturing environment, where each child feels safe, special, adequately challenged, and receives an enriching education. THE NEWGRANGE SCHOOL HAMILTON, NJ 7/2003 to 12/2003 Language Arts Specialist Utilized multisensory techniques and offered one-on-one support to meet each child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Focused on the Orton-Gillingham method and incorporated the Wilson Reading System and Project Read, improving literacy skills and instilling a love of literacy in all students. SAYREVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT SAYREVILE, NJ 12/2001 to 6/2003 Special Education Resource Room Teacher (9/2002 to 6/2003) Special Education Leave Replacement Teacher (12/2001 to 6/2002) Collaborated with colleagues and support staff to fulfill students' social and academic goals. Recognized, assessed, and appropriately supported individual's emotional, physical, and cognitive needs in accordance with IEPs. Maintained a calm and productive classroom while promoting academic progress and personal development. Participated as a member of the Child Study Team. THE STATEN ISLAND YMCA SOUTH SHORE CENTER STATEN ISLAND, NY 7/2001 to 12/2001 Director of Early Childhood Oversaw development and assessment of all Early Childhood programs including Universal Pre-Kindergarten, Nursery School, Summer Camp, After-School programs, and Social Programs. Supervised over 40 teachers and support staff, offering beneficial training and guidance. Provided management in all center operations. Ensured a healthy classroom environment and enriching curriculum. Organized and participated in Parent Committee activities, cultivating strong community relationships. PROJECT CHANCE/TEEN AID FAMILY SERVICES INC. BROOKLYN, NY 12/2000 to 6/2001 Special Needs Services Coordinator Researched and coordinated outside services for children and families requiring support. Reviewed developmental assessments of children identified with delays, and made further appropriate referrals to receive additional support. Established mutually beneficial relationships with various community-based organizations providing services to the special needs population.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Highly enthusiastic teaching professional who is committed to providing a solid and enriching education for all students, regardless of their academic capabilities. Talent for liaising with colleagues to develop and implement effective programs, which enhance students' fundamental skills. Dynamic person, who promotes staff professional growth and development, and strives to facilitate all unique learning styles. Well-rounded educator, with exceptional communication, interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills to foster strong relationships within the school community.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Elected Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee, 2006-2007 Recognized by Superintendent for proposal of a chat room called "Collegial Corner", which promotes the sharing of best practices and allocation of resources between staff members throughout the district. Selected by Principal to be a member of the Teaching and Learning Fellows program; attended monthly professional development seminars and acted as teacher-leader liaison for the school.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, 2004 Bachelor of Arts in Child Study/Special Education Saint Joseph's College, Patchogue, NY, 2000 New Jersey State Certifications: Supervisor Elementary Education Teacher of Students with Disabilities

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am the author of the book Peanut Butter and Jelly Possibilities: Youthful Inspirations.